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The report contains useful information concerning the water quality of Chelmsford, the makeup of public drinking water, health information, water and plumbing facts, and questions and answers about the Chelmsford Water District and Chelmsford drinking water. For instance:
The online version of the report is available on their website [pdf]. If you'd like a printed version, copies are available at the library or you can request one by contacting email@example.com or 978-256-2381.Posted in Town of Chelmsford | No Comments »
Join in and help clean up our town!
Bags & gloves are available from the recycling office while supplies last - they can be picked up during regular office hours of 9am-1pm. For more information contact nparlee@TownofChelmsford.us or 978-250-5203.
The Town-wide Cleanup this year is sponsored by Allied Waste.Events, Town of Chelmsford | No Comments »
There is an online map of the spray areas [pdf] on the Central Massachusetts Mosquito Control Project website, as well as a description of the process.
Anyone with questions should contact the Chelmsford Board of Health, 50 Billerica Road, Chelmsford, MA 01824, 978-250-5241.Posted in Town of Chelmsford | No Comments »
The event is schedule for Saturday, April 27, 2013 at 11 a.m., and the public is welcome.
For information on the Country Lane Garden Club visit their website http://www.gcfm.org/countrylanegardenclub/Home.aspx
And if you're interested, please check out some of these tree planting resources available at the library.Posted in Events, Library Information | No Comments »
The well-known and much-loved purple beech tree, planted on the common in 1892, was taken down in November 2012. Present on that day was local photographer Steve Hardwood, who chronicled the process of bringing the tree down.
He donated his series of photographs to the library, to commemorate the event and the life of the tree. Steve's photographs were supplemented by additional photos from the collections of Fred Merriam and the Chelmsford Historical Society, and Library staff also researched news articles about the tree.
This entire collection was then framed and hung in the Group Study Room, on the lower level of the Library, near the Library's other historical resources. Please check out this tribute the next time you're in the Library.
The Library would like to thank Steve Hardwood for getting the ball rolling, and also Fred Merriam and the Chelmsford Historical Society for contributing to the project. The generosity of community members like this helps preserve Chelmsford for future generations.Posted in Library Information, Resources | No Comments »
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